Skip to main content

Toubab Krewe Live at Goombay Festival on 2005-08-26


Topics Live concert


--Disc 1
Devil Woman
Rooster
Autorail
Kaira
Lamine's Tune
Songrai/Fato
Malawi
Banter
Bani

--Disc 2
Hang Tan
Asheville to Abidjan*
Djarabi
Diggi
Wassoulou
Chasse
Bamana Niya
E: Moose


Collection ToubabKrewe
Band/Artist Toubab Krewe
Venue Goombay Festival
Location Asheville, NC

Source Nakamichi Cm300/cp4 (DIN, FOB, DFC, 8' high)> Edirol UA-5> JB3 (wav @ 44.1 khz)
Lineage JB3> usb> xNJB 0.34> Audacity 1.2.3> xACT (fixed SBE's and converted to .flac)
Taped by Patrick Moore (pat@taperssection.com)
Transferred by Patrick Moore (pat@taperssection.com)

Reviews

Reviewer: Ashevillain - - July 27, 2010
Subject: Thanks Patrick!
My 1st Toubab show...this one sounds great! Gotta love the Naks!
Reviewer: Excess - - December 13, 2008
Subject: Check Yer Pulse
If these guys don't make you get up and shake your bones......you may very well be dead. Great recording of one of the most innovative groups to come down the pike in years.



**The reviewer below this needs some reading comprehension classes. The reference is obviously to the group Tinarawin, not the Krewe and they are indeed from the Sahara and noteworthy in their own right.
Reviewer: ashy larry - - October 15, 2006
Subject: set the record straigh
makisupa mcgee said "They are from Mali in africa and seem to be the kind of music that Toubab Krewe draws inspiration and influence from (i suggest cheking them out, too)."

this is wrong and correct. while they certainly draw inspiration and influence from mali, they are from asheville, nc. they studied their music in mali. anyway, i saw them again last night here in asheville and they blew my mind again. everyone i have made come along with me to their shows has been amazed by them, and later told me they are so glad i made them come.
Reviewer: Six String - - March 16, 2006
Subject: The Toubab Krewe Experience
Amazing!Astonishing!Absolutely Fabulous. I was awe inspired when I first heard them thru my internet search for world music & immediately bought the cd. Since then I have seen them perform twice & plan on seeing them again March 18th. They are awesome live, the studio doesn't capture the full effect of the toubab Krewe experience. They are truely innovative & orginal & I highly anticipate their next cd
Reviewer: Makisupa McGee - - March 5, 2006
Subject: the marriage of East African and Bluegrass???
I checked them out solely on the basis that I know they open sometimes for STS9. I was pleased to find they had a style all thier own. Recently, I had the pleasure of seeing a band called Tinarawin live. They are from Mali in africa and seem to be the kind of music that Toubab Krewe draws inspiration and influence from (i suggest cheking them out, too). Anyways, I played this show for my buddy, and he said it was immediately his favorite music ever. I dont know if I'd go quite that far, but I definitely dig their groovy concepts.
Reviewer: han_shan - - February 11, 2006
Subject: awesome
These guys will be big, after bonnaroo, and the other festivals, these guys are going to go places and im excited because they are highly talented groovy musicians. These guys are truley unique and fresh. enjoy!

Excellent music!
Reviewer: broyer - - January 26, 2006
Subject: Wow, a great set
I've yet to see these guys in concert. I first heard of them while listening to WNCW streams and they made their top 20 local list. Ordered the studio album after that and was hooked. I've been listening to this set for a week and love it. The last song is the bomb. This is some intricate yet groovy music. I've been listening to it while bombing some NC singletrack on my bike.

Quality of this recording is great.

try it, you'll like it
Reviewer: vtrawks - - January 2, 2006
Subject: WOW!
I saw Toubab Krewe open for STS9 at Higher Ground and they blew me away! Highly talented intuitive guys! Glad to see they are getting some live material up! Come back to VT soon!
PEOPLE ALSO FOUND
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
788
2
0
Source: Nakamichi Cm300 (active p48 mod)/cp1 (ORTF,5' in front of right stack, 8' high)> UA-5> JB3 (wav @ 44.1 khz)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
613
1
0
Source: Nakamichi Cm300(active p48 mod)/cp1> Edirol UA-5> iriver h-120 (wav @ 44.1 khz)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
13,835
2
1
( 1 reviews )
Source: Schoeps mk21/cmc6 (split AB, clamped to FOB rails, 7' high)> UA-5> optical> JB3 (wav @ 44.1 khz)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
1,175
1
1
( 1 reviews )
Source: WNCW 128 kb/s> iTunes 6.0.5> WireTap Pro 1.2> wav> Audacity 1.2.4> xACT (fixed SBE's and converted to flac)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
1,895
1
0
Source: Nakamichi Cm300(active p48 mod)/cp1 (DIN, FOB, DFC, 11' high)> Edirol UA-5> Jb3 (wav @ 44.1 khz)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
1,140
2
0
Source: Nakamichi Cm300 (active mod)/cp1 (DIN, FOB, DFC, 5' high)> Edirol UA-5> JB3 (wav @ 44.1 khz)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
3,251
3
1
( 1 reviews )
Source: WNCW Live Web Stream> iTunes 6.0> line out> Edirol UA-5 (rca in)> optical> JB3 (wav @ 44.1)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
6,056
5
5
( 5 reviews )
Source: Nakamichi Cm300(active p48 mod)/cp1 (ORTF, FOB, DFC, 15' from stage, 8' high)> Edirol UA-5> Jb3 (wav @ 44.1 khz)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
17,106
5
4
( 4 reviews )
Source: Nakamichi CM300/cp4's (DIN, FOB, 6' high)> UA-5> optical> JB3 (wav @ 44.1 Khz)
Toubab Krewe
by Toubab Krewe
15,700
10
8
( 8 reviews )
Source: Nakamichi Cm300/cp4 (DIN, FOB, DFC, 8' high)> Edirol UA-5> JB3 (wav @ 44.1 khz)